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If you and the family are dreaming of a holiday home by the beach, Romney Sands Holiday Park in Kent is a fantastic location to choose. Situated near the Greatstone Dunes, nature lovers can take in the beauty of the RSPB Dungeness Nature Reserve. Or, if you’re an avid angler, cast off at the fully stocked fishing lake!
What makes the park really unique is the Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway, a miniature railway with a handy station stop at the park! With an 11 month holiday season, you and your family have the freedom to take as many breaks as you like. Plus, owners have access to all of the park’s facilities throughout. So you can make the most of the heated indoor pools, adventure playground and crazy golf. There are also some great places to eat for those days you don't want to cook, like The Tavern Pub and Diner, waiting to serve up something tasty.
Romney Sands also gives owners a great choice of holiday home pitches on the park. Perhaps you and the kids want to be close to the beach for family days out? Or, you might want to wake up to some of the stunning views of the wildlife reserve. With a great choice of lodges and static caravans for sale, there’s something to suit every taste and budget. We are waiting to welcome you, so why not try being an owner for a day? Find out more about the benefits of ownership or get in touch to arrange a visit.
Highlights and Local Attractions
- The Old Lighthouse
- Dungeness National Nature Reserve
- Dymchurch Amusement Park
- Port Lympne Reserve
- Rye Harbour
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